As 2013 rapidly approaches, I find it always fun to look back at the year.
2012 has been a very significant year for me in many ways.
I moved out and am now supporting myself. Decorating my own space.
Getting more and more involved in neuropsychology. Attending a
psychology congress in Denmark. Revisiting Denmark. Two weeks at the
côte d'Azur with my family. Spending time with friends.
As far as this blog goes, let's take a look at my most popular posts!
♥ The MOST popular post, that generates around 2,000 views each week thanks
to Pinterest, was a tag-game. I answered 11 questions about my favorite things
and featured myself in a red Jane Norman dress, that someone pinned and was
re-pinned over 500+ times.
My favorite red dress by Jane Norman.
Jeez! I liked the dress as well but it was interesting to see it
pop up on so many 'style' boards on Pinterest :D!
Click here to read the entire post.
According to Stat.com, the other most viewed posts are:
2. Military in Style
3. 8 French Interiors We Love [guest post]
4. Maisons du Monde
5. Facebook Timeline Covers
♥ As for my own personal favorite posts, I always love blogging from vacation.
I spend a lot of time in Denmark this year, which I fell in love with.
French Madame in Copenhagen: Day 3
♥ And then of course there was the paradise-vacation in Provence.
Provence: More Than Lavender Fields
♥ A special peek into my closet. Looks mighty fabulous, if I do say so myself!
♥ I started doing 'What I Wear' posts, which were a lot of work to shoot
but beautiful to see the end result.
What I Wear: Coral & Colorful
♥ I did a lot of 'quote'-posts this year. My favorite quote is this one by Oprah Winfrey.
And now a bit of an anouncement:
If you're following this blog regularly, you've noticed within the last month the quantity of posts went down a bit. That's because, beside school & work, I bake a lot, have a social life, blog for Paris Pastry, update two Facebook pages for my blogs, I tweet, I pin on Pinterest and now I post pictures on Instagram.
In 2013, I'm taking French Madame more on the social media platform (Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram). I find it very hard and difficult to find time to write quality post for French Madame at the moment, but I couldn't possibly stop blogging for French Madame.com all together.
There are so many lovely images I share on Pinterest, click here to view.
And I take pictures of everyday life on Instagram, username DanielleTdd.
I want to make Paris Pastry my priority blog. Don't fret that you'll never see another post on here... I'll definitely keep on blogging, but just a bit less. Hope you're not too dissappointed. I just marked my third year aniversary for French Madame, so it's been a good ride! I love re-reading old posts and I'm very proud of this blog.